As the use of whistleblower programs continues to grow, many organizations find themselves struggling to manage burgeoning caseloads. As a result, serious fraud investigations can
Jonathan T. Marks and Tom Fox provide a guide for the Chief Compliance Officer
Some boards of directors and executive leadership teams are not able to deal with crisis effectively! Learn why?
Organizations are under increasing scrutiny regarding ethical lapses and allegations of fraud. Fiscal year 2018 was a record-breaking year for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s whistleblower program, as more and more individuals have been coming forward with allegations of impropriety. Come learn how to use continuous auditing and monitoring in the fight against fraud – or help improve your compliance program!
I’m often am asked what can be done to make a fraud risk management program better, assuming one exists. In order to make something better,
Lack of separation of the CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER (CCO) and the GENERAL COUNSEL (GC) has been cited as a cause of numerous corporate mishaps or failures. In fact, separation is now the norm in Health Care organizations. In spite of numerous recommendations to separate the two functions, there is general agreement that the roles are closely related, and frequent collaboration is required.